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TimeMachineEditor is software for Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard that lets you change the default one-hour backup interval of Time Machine. You can change the interval or decide to make daily, weekly and monthly backups.
This is useful if you don’t need to backup every hour or don’t want the associated performance penalty. This is also especially […]

WarGames: A Look Back at the Film That Turned Geeks and Phreaks Into Stars

Over the years, WarGames has written itself into the cult lore of Silicon Valley. Google hosted a 25th-anniversary screening in May, where keyboard jockeys cheered Broderick’s DOS acrobatics. “Many of us grew up with this movie,” Google cofounder Sergey Brin told the packed house. “It was a key movie of a generation, especially for those of us […]

Just discovered a rather tasty WordPress theme called “” that I think I’m going to use for an upcoming project. It’s a nice clean design, contemporary and with a lovely random header image. Looks pretty slick.

24th Anniversary Macintosh

An Apple Macintosh 512k upgraded to run OS X by replacing the innards with a modern Mac Mini and various supporting components, including a grayscale CRT monitor, an LS-120 floppy disk drive, and a microcontroller-based USB device that interfaces the Mini to the original keyboard and mouse.

Roy Block

An experimental sort of game, with a tangible interface that touches the field of mixed reality. The game features a self-willed heroine who is trying to get from the very left to the very right of the screen without touching the bottom and dying. However there is nothing she can stand and jump on so […]


Founded in April 2008, to mark the birthday of Apple’s cofounder Steve Jobs’s birthday. Despite limited press reaction MyAppleSpace slowly grew in members as an underground movement, from mouth to mouth. At the time of writing, MyAppleSpace has gained its 500th member - and the community is growing.

Intrinsic Nature

I’ve been rendered speechless by the quality and beauty of the artwork featured on Intrinsic Nature. Head on over there now for some gorgeous eye-candy.


A theme for WordPress and an experiment aimed at exploring the possibilies of generative web-design. »gen« is not a fixed design but changes its appearance (layout, typography, colours and background images) over time depending on the content of your website. It’s not yet ready for release, so in the meantime visit to stay updated. Sounds Intriguing. [via]

Views of Jupiter

I’ve been fascinated with all things Jupiter ever since I read Arthur C. Clarke’s Space Odyssey series. The photographs on “The Big Picture” took my breath away, awesome photography of the giant planet.

Clock of the Long Now

“I want to build a clock that ticks once a year. The century hand advances once every one hundred years, and the cuckoo comes out on the millennium. I want the cuckoo to come out every millennium for the next 10,000 years.”

// My Latest Flickr Photographs